"His Name Is Robert Paulson" as written by Nicholas Brian Diener and Jonathan Adam Diener....
Mr. President,
When I turn 18 I know I can go to war,
But that's just obscene!
You want me to fight for the red, white, and blue but
I'm not gonna die for you!

Die a nameless face for a cause by which we're not affected.
Blood is thicker than oil, by that you stand corrected.
I'd think that the leaders of the free world
Would come to a more diplomatic decision.

Whoa oh oh.
Whoa oh oh (yeah!)
Yeah! (yeah!)

Mr. President,
When I turn 18 I know I can go to war,
But that's just obscene!
You want me to fight for the red, white, and blue but
I'm not gonna die for you!

Bombardment of a nation that's full of foreign innocence.
You made some mistakes, you know, but you let the war commence.
You act like the families overseas cry less than we do.

Whoa oh oh.
Whoa oh oh (yeah!)
Yeah! (yeah!)


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"His Name Is Robert Paulson" as written by Jonathan Adam Diener Jonathan Diener

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